RECONSIDERING THE TIME PERCEPTION IN PHOTOGRAPHY: DAY TO NIGHT

Abstract

Author(s): Eren G├ľRG├ťL├ť

American photographer Stephen Wilkes uses a different way of creating a new form of panoramic images through photography and by doing this, he brings innovation to the context between photography and time. In his TED speech, which was in 2016, while he was giving information about the project he called “Day to Night” he shaped his speech around the questions “What if you could catch more than one moment in a single photo?” and “What if a photograph could really break the time and squeeze the best moments of the day and night smoothly into a single image?” While doing all of these, he makes use of digital regulations in photograph technology. By describing the relationship between photography and time, he approaches the photograph with a new perspective by evaluating the concept of time in a completely different way. In this context, the artist, who aims at photographing a day fully, rather than a specific moment, uses the innovation and change in the production of photographs as a form of expression without depending on the traditional photog

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